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The Myth of the Inkarri: Colonial Foundations in International Law and Indigenous Struggles
This paper questions whether the established human rights discourse can serve as a strategic tool for indigenous peoples, or if it is in fact working to delegitimize indigenous discourses and worldviews. Its exploration ...
The Appearance of War in Discourse: An Analysis of the Neoconservative Movement
Much has been written on the US policy of invading Iraq. Some of these accounts have focused on the neoconservative movement, and powerful criticisms have been directed towards it. This study adds to this literature by ...
Inter-Disciplined? Disciplinary IPE and its ‘Others’
This paper will explore the practices and consequences of disciplinary IPE before turning to considerations of how to move beyond hegemonic disciplinary practices through incorporation of various critical approaches that ...
Reform or More of the Same?: Gender Mainstreaming and the Changing Nature of UN Peace Operations
The last fifteen years have been a time of dramatic change in terms of reform of UN peace operations, major shifts in academic thinking around the issues of conflict, security, and development, and the recognition of women’s ...
Protecting Whose Security?: Anti-Terrorism Legislation and the Criminalization of Dissent
This paper provides a critical evaluation of some of the rarely-considered impacts of legislation that is passed in the name of ‘security,’ particularly the anti-terrorism legislation that has been passed throughout northern ...
The Evolution of Security: Revisiting the Human Nature Debate in International Relations
Despite being largely absent from formal arguments within IR, elements of evolutionary theory have such a strong presence in popular consciousness that they undoubtedly influence thinking about the political world. The ...